Brynhill ladies say fond farewell to Gemma

Sunday, 28 January 2018

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On January 16 Brynhill Ladies’ section got together to celebrate the successful season of their ladies’ club champion, Gemma Evans.

However, it was also a final fond farewell as Gemma is moving onto pastures new following an exciting career opportunity in Egypt.

Gemma began her season on a handicap of 10 and finished on 7, the lowest lady handicapped player in Brynhill Golf Club.

She won the club championship for the third season in a row, set the course record of 75 scoring 10 pars and three birdies and finished the season by winning lady golfer of the year by scoring the most points in the season’s qualifying competitions. A remarkable season for a remarkable player, one who will be sorely missed.

Gemma is moving to Egypt to work as a fire fighter watch manager on a peacekeeping camp in Sharm-el-Sheik. This is ground-breaking as she is the first woman to be taking on this role.

This is an exciting opportunity for Gemma and while all of the ladies are going to miss her dearly they understand that this opportunity is too good to miss.

Gemma is taking her golf clubs with her however with the intention to play as much golf as she can.

The ladies from Brynhill would like to wish Gemma the very best in her new life in Egypt and will forever remember her time as part of the Brynhill Ladies’ section family. Good luck Gemma!

Lisa Taylor/Jo Kirkpatrick

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